Doulas, midwives and professionals, download the free ultimate guide to postpartum work.

Everything you ever wanted to know about working with Newborn Mothers!

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When a baby is born, so is a mother, and the birth of a mother can be more intense than childbirth.

You are here because you believe birth is about making mums too.

You feel a deep calling to serve Newborn Mothers, but you feel frustrated because pregnant women are focussed on birth and have no idea that postpartum care is VITAL.

You don't know how to show pregnant women the value of investing in postpartum care, so they don't hire you and it breaks your heart to watch them suffer and struggle through the transition to motherhood alone.

In this free online training I’m going to share some AMAZING stories, brain research, traditional medicine and anthropology that you can share with your potential clients to help them understand that happy, healthy mums plan for postpartum, ask for help and are supported through this life-changing transformation.


Birth isn’t just about making babies, it’s about making mums too.

Pregnant women are invited to re-invent themselves because when a baby is born so is a mother. Here are some resources I’ve created to support Newborn Mothers (and professionals who work with them) throughout this life-changing transformation.

Postpartum Career Training

Find postpartum meals, massage, classes, courses, mother’s group and in-home care in your area in our worldwide directory

Find postpartum meals, massage, classes, courses, mother’s group and in-home care in your area in our worldwide directory

Learn how to create an abundant career in postpartum care based on brain science and ancient traditions.

New Mother Resources

Stories, statistics, science and resources to overcome feeling exhausted and overwhelmed in the transition to motherhood.


Hey there, I'm Julia

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I started out as a postpartum doula at only 24 years old, before I was even a mother myself. I came to postpartum work through my interest in Ayurveda, traditional Indian medicine. When I learned about Ayurvedic postpartum care, I knew that postpartum care was my calling in life.

Julia Jones

Over the next few years I studied five different postpartum doula trainings, and while they were all excellent in their own ways, none of them really got much deeper than practical information about baby care and breastfeeding.

None of them really addressed how to support Newborn Mothers through this major life transition, this rite of passage.

No one acknowledged the deep and profound changes going on inside a Newborn Mother’s brain, let alone how we — as professionals — could support them through it.

You may not know this about me, but I'm a science geek! I'm a graduate of The Neuroscience Academy in Brain Science and Wellness. But I'm also really fascinated by traditional medicine and culture, topics that some people might consider a bit 'woo'.

And it's through merging these two realms that I've created a unique way of working with Newborn Mothers that consistently takes them beyond feeling overwhelmed and exhausted and delivers peace and joy in the transition to motherhood.

Now I’ve written books and created courses that are available all over the world.

If you are a professional (or want to be) and are ready to join the postpartum renaissance the best place to start is by joining my free postpartum training. 

You can access the course on any computer, tablet, phone or device and I'll send you each lesson by email to remind you to watch them (I know life gets busy!) You can even download the lessons and take them on the go with you. You can even log in and binge watch them all back-to-back! Simply enter your email address below and I'll send you the free guide + training.


Free Postpartum Training

Three introductory online lessons plus the Ultimate Guide to Postpartum Work ebook.

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If you are a mum (or want to be) the best place to start is the books and directory.

Check out my books here.

Find classes, mums groups, doulas, belly binding, massage and meals in your local area in our online, worldwide directory of Newborn Mothers Postpartum Professionals. Visit the directory here.


Newborn Mother:

A recently born mother, whose strength is asking for help. She acknowledges that the birth of a mother is more intense than childbirth, and that she is as sensitive and vulnerable as her baby. Her heart is wide open and her needs are high. As she nourishes herself, she nourishes her children. 

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Got a question?

If you have a question about Newborn Mothers Collective training check here. If you still have a question ask here and my team will get back to you within 2-3 working days.

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